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Is there a manual to cross-compile Qt5 for OrangePI?

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Published in 2016-1-11 18:40:09 | Show all floors |Read mode
smth like this https://wiki.qt.io/RaspberryPi_Beginners_Guide is much needed.
There is such a topic here http://orangepi.pp.ua/index.php?topic=149.0 but the solution seems to be not working

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Published in 2016-1-15 06:48:00 | Show all floors
No, but setting it up pretty simple, but you shouldn't need that.. Why are you not getting it from the repos?

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shahe_ansar replied at 2016-1-15 06:48
No, but setting it up pretty simple, but you shouldn't need that.. Why are you not getting it from t ...

what can I download? From what repo?

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Published in 2016-1-19 23:56:07 | Show all floors
The Qt5 framework. Just use apt-get if you're on ubuntu

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Published in 2016-1-20 10:01:50 | Show all floors
The Qt5 framework. Just use apt-get if you're on ubuntu

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shahe_ansar replied at 2016-1-20 10:01
The Qt5 framework. Just use apt-get if you're on ubuntu

and what compiler will be used? Are you telling me, that RPI uses linaro toolchain just for fun?

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Published in 2016-1-26 18:54:56 | Show all floors
Gcc will be used, or atleast I thought you'd do that. Sorry for the late replies though, currently working on a wiki for OPi people AND preparing for exams so...

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shahe_ansar replied at 2016-1-26 18:54
Gcc will be used, or atleast I thought you'd do that. Sorry for the late replies though, currently w ...

I've spent a week trying to create Qt cross-compiling environment for orangePI (tried on Lubuntu and Raspberian) using linaro toolchain and gave up for RPI where there're working manuals for this purpose - so I'm in no hurry.

did you install Qt on OrangePI yourself? simply by apt-get?? I don't want to even try it - sounds unreal. And I need to develop software on my PC and then deploy it to orange - how will that be possible?

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Published in 2016-2-2 07:04:25 | Show all floors
I almost always prefer to compile....

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Published in 2016-2-2 07:06:28 | Show all floors
Why are you not using gcc?
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